chaltain at gmail.com
Thu May 19 23:38:41 UTC 2016
Well, if you update the distribution then you might have problems but if
you do an apt-get to update a package or even all packages you'll be
fine. I'm running Vinux 5 on Ubuntu 14.04 and I update all of my
packages all of the time, but I stick with Ubuntu 14.04. When I'm ready
to upgrade to Ubuntu 16.04 or later then I'll just preserve my home
directory and do a clean install.
On 19/05/16 09:25, Hank Smith, and Seeing-eye dog Iona wrote:
> I was told though not to update
> passed ubuntu 14.04 do to it breaking vinux is this still the case?
> On 5/19/2016 5:27 AM, Christopher Chaltain wrote:
>> As I'm sure you know, Ubuntu is based on Debian, so you can still use
>> apt-get, and I assume anything else you're used to doing on Debian
>> will work on Ubuntu.
>> On 19/05/16 07:19, Kristoffer Gustafsson wrote:
>>> Finally I got the vinux live image working on my computer.
>>> I've got some questions before I decide to use this or debian.
>>> 1. can I select the language I want?
>>> I'm using swedish.
>>> 2. how do I do if I want to update packages?
>>> In debian I'm using apt-get for this.
>>> 3. can I compile new kernels, and install whatever I want just like
>>> in debian?
>>> 4. can I do a text based install of vinux with my braille display?
>>> I like text based things more than graphical.
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